Mass. man accused of peeping in windows in DurhamBy KIMBERLEY HAAS
Union Leader Correspondent
December 15. 2017 1:22PM
DURHAM – Police in Durham have arrested a Massachusetts man they say was caught looking into women's windows on five separate occasions.
Joshua Daigle, 44, of Haverhill, Mass., turned himself in to police Friday. There were warrants out for his arrest, according to Det. Sgt. Jack Dalton.
On Nov. 12, police were called to 8 Coe Drive when someone reported a man looking into windows at the residence just before 9:30 p.m. Daigle fled from the scene and was not apprehended.
Video surveillance showed Daigle looking into the windows five different times.
Daigle is charged with five counts of invasion of privacy, five counts of loitering and prowling and five counts of criminal trespass. He is also charged with resisting arrest.
Daigle was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail. He will be arraigned at Dover District Court Jan. 25.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Diplomatic Security Service, New Hampshire State Police, Department of Probation and Parole, the New England State Police Information Network and local police departments assisted Durham police with the investigation, Dalton said.